OHS Canada Magazine

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Health & Safety

News
April 22, 2021  

Freeland urges patience as employers look for answers on reopening border, economy

By Lee Berthiaume OTTAWA — Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia

News
April 22, 2021  

Alberta passes bill to give all workers paid leave to get vaccinated

EDMONTON — Alberta has passed legislation that will give all workers

News
April 22, 2021  

Ontario cabinet finalizing sick-leave plan to be released in coming days

By Shawn Jeffords and Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — A

News
April 21, 2021  

Manitoba truckers will get vaccines in North Dakota under cross-border deal

By Steve Lambert WINNIPEG — Manitoba commercial truck drivers who regularly

News
April 21, 2021  

Peel, Toronto order to shut COVID-stricken businesses a ‘reactive measure’: union

By Denise Paglinawan TORONTO — A union that represents

News
April 20, 2021  

Manitoba enacts more COVID-19 restrictions to try to contain spread

‘From a public-health perspective, this really is our last shot at reducing our numbers’

News
April 20, 2021  

Peel Region to order temporary closure of businesses with recent COVID-19 outbreaks

Officials in one of Ontario’s top COVID-19 hot spots

Voice
April 19, 2021  

How well are Canadian remote workers really doing?

National work-from-home survey by CISWP tells the story

Voice
April 19, 2021  

How COVID-19 changed the employer social contract

Businesses are integral part of effort to set grounds for recovery

News
April 19, 2021  

Staff shortages, emotional toll weigh on health-care staff during Ontario’s third wave

By Holly McKenzie-Sutter TORONTO — Nurse Manpreet Kainth knows

News
April 19, 2021  

As mask mandates end, Oregon bucks trend with permanent rule

Idea has prompted flood of angry responses crying government overreach

News
April 16, 2021  

‘I wish I could get the vaccine tomorrow’: Grocery workers struggle with anxiety

By Tara Deschamps and Brett Bundale Grocery store workers

Feature
April 16, 2021  

Ontario establishes new COVID-19 restrictions amid dire predictions

TORONTO — Ontario is extending its stay-at-home order to six

News
April 16, 2021  

Construction council ‘disgusted’ at stripper incident on GTA site

The Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON) is appalled

Feature
April 16, 2021  

Choosing the right shoe can make all the difference

Skimping on costs, comfort, the wrong move: experts

News
April 16, 2021  

Manitoba police, firefighters, teachers will be prioritized for vaccines

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government says it will soon

News
April 16, 2021  

COVID-19 cases among crew of oil tanker anchored off Cape Breton: union

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — An oil tanker has been

News
April 15, 2021  

Grey-Bruce residents to consider themselves a COVID-19 carrier for 48 hours

TORONTO — Grey Bruce Health Unit is telling residents to stay

News
April 15, 2021  

Quebec health experts criticize vaccine rollout for high-risk people

By Jacob Serebrin MONTREAL — Health experts in Quebec

News
April 15, 2021  

Miller: Player safety ‘impossible to achieve’ with gruelling Canucks schedule

22 players, 4 coaches have tested positive for COVID-19